No Rancher Left Behind: R-CALF launches mental health campaign

R-CALF is joining in on reducing the stigma against farmers’ mental health.

The group has announced the launch of “No Rancher Left Behind” in collaboration with a Missouri cattle rancher, Coy Young, who recently testified before Congress about the stresses he faces as a cow-calf producer.

The campaign is set to feature helpful information on social media, a resource web page, and a weekly virtual support group.

Related:

Senate Ag Committee gathers for long-awaited Cattle Market Reform Bill discussion

Farmers are breaking the stigma around mental health

How to stay mentally strong on the farm






LATEST STORIES BY THIS AUTHOR:
Spot prices for corn posted another three-year low last week and they are mimicking a trend seen about a decade ago.
The deluxe album will be available April 5th
Supporters donated $1,161,970, and all of that money will go towards helping our nation’s future ag leaders.
On top of the ongoing war, Ukraine is also dealing with protests with Poland over what producers are calling unfair competition when it comes to grain exports.
His debut album Cold Beer & Country Music is set to release on April 5th